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Habanero Ceviche

The Mexican coastlines of the Pacific, the Sea of Cortez, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean yield an amazing quantity and variety of fish and other seafood. Early in the morning, the market stalls are piled high with the fresh catch, and, in a few hours, the fresh fish, shrimp, and shellfish are finding …

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Summer Barbecue: The Spiced-Up Grill

I’ve been grilling since I was eight years old, when my father taught how to do it on an old, rusty, kettle-style barbecue unit using lump charcoal because briquets hadn’t been invented yet.  It was very difficult to control the heat of the fire, so cooking chicken required constant attention or the result would be …

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Fiery Foods and MexGrocer Team Up

Hi, I’m Dave DeWitt, also known as “The Pope of Peppers” because of all the books I’ve written on the subjects of chile peppers and fiery foods.  I’m thrilled to team up with MexGrocer.com and be part of their new blog.  It’ll be my job to help you cook great food—it’s as simple as that.  And …

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Hola MexGrocer Fans!

We are very excited to announce the launching of our blog. We’ll do our best attempt to re-activate what we accomplished with our original MexCocina (translates to “MexKitchen”) section, which was designed for sharing with our readers Mexican cooking and culture articles around Mexico, it’s wonderful food, it’s people, places and holidays. We look forward …